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Word is great when you have content that is managed by SharePoint, or based on standard and highly-enforced templates, or you have a team of developers to support your team of writers. However, there are too many ways for too many people to cause too many problems. Style overrides, manual formats, or just incorrect use of a template can haunt good content. You spend time and effort to make content great; now put a little bit more time into getting to know a tool that isn’t created for everyone. It’s created for those of us who work in technical communication. It’s time for Adobe FrameMaker.
In this session, you will learn how to
» Evaluate a Word document for content quality
» Rework content for a topic-based model
» Import a Word file to Adobe FrameMaker
» Create a structured workflow
» Migrate legacy content to a structured format
» Move your content to a CCMS
» Publish single sourced content to multiple channels, formats & devices